Chris Holiman & The Downtown Saints | Here Comes The Break Up

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Here Comes The Break Up

by Chris Holiman & The Downtown Saints

Singer songwriter formerly of 90's pop band River Roses. From Arizona: in the school of Gin Blossoms or Big Star.
Genre: Pop: Jangle Pop
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1. You're Fallin'
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2. Rose Without Thorns
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3:08 $0.99
3. Here Comes the Break Up
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2:57 $0.99
4. Christmas Lights
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5. Just a Matter of Time
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6. Rush
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7. Life's a Mystery
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8. Deep in the Night
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9. We Are Soul
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10. Mailbox
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Sean B. and the RadioIndy.com Reviewer Team

Singer-songwriter balances rock and pop influences
This new CD by Chris Holiman & The Downtown Saints is called "Here Comes The Break Up." It is an album that features the words and voice of Chris Holiman, a skilled guitarist and fine singer-songwriter. In "Your Fallin'," Chris sings with beautiful harmony over quickly paced, yet calm, acoustic guitar playing. "Rush" is a pleasant tune that moves from a pop-rock style to a bluesy sound and back again. In "Mailbox," Chris lets his angst and sorrow show as he expressively pours his heart out over an evocative rock backing. This is an album that is anchored in Holiman's excellent vocals and a varied pop-rock style that doesn’t shy away from exploring the darker elements of the singer’s world. That being said, "Here Comes The Break Up" leans more towards an adult-contemporary sound over that of traditional pop-rock but, overall, Chris Holiman has delivered a terrific CD for fans of gifted singer-songwriters.